On this episode of the Living In Las Vegas Podcast, we wish the Sahara bye bye, examine Melissa’s dreams, and provide the following tip: don’t let your dog eat fertilizer. It’s not good for the dog or your carpet.
In the course of the last week, there has been quite a few new and exciting things happening for your friends the Whitney’s. We’ve got a new show on VVN (with a sneak peek to boot), Pub Crawl’s David Ivy is about to be a rock star, and Melissa lunches with ladies and decides Coda and Boswell need a little brother.
It’s hard to beat hanging out in perfect weather with good friends, old and new. In this edition of the Living in Las Vegas Podcast, we review our most excellent Meet Up / Happy Hour at Nikki Beach. Then we head over to the new Tivoli Village in Summerlin. (Lots of photos in this one, folks!)
When we first launched the show, our tagline was, “With 5,000 people moving here each month, somebody had to spill the beans.”
That was in 2006.
Until recently, we’ve seen a net loss in residents here in Clark County. But in this episode of the Living in Las Vegas Podcast, we hear from two viewers who are making the move to Las Vegas. YES!
Once you’ve lived in Las Vegas long enough, you begin to notice that many of the shows on the Strip are similar. Same gags. Same stunts. Same music. But in this episode of the Living in Las Vegas Podcast, we’ve come across a show that is uniquely funny, a little dirty, full of “how are they doing that” moments, and should be required viewing for all producers in the city.